Valley View moved up this week while Wyoming Valley West and Lackawanna Trail moved into the Super Six Power Rankings, which are sponsored by Gaughan Auto Store and determined by NEPAFootball.com.
The rankings of teams from the Lackawanna Football Conference and Wyoming Valley Conference are split into Big School and Small School.
Valley View and Wyoming Valley West made their moves in the Big Schools, which are for Class 6A, 5A and 4A teams.
Lackawanna Trail joined the rankings in the sixth spot among Small Schools (Class 3A, 2A and A).
Valley View moved up from fourth to third among Big Schools after defeating Dallas, 34-14, and hosts No. 2 Delaware Valley, which lost its opener against Gateway, 26-10.
Williamsport and Scranton Prep remained in the No. 1 spots.
Crestwood lost at home to Williamsport, 33-13, and dropped from third to fourth in the Big School rankings.
Wallenpaupack held fifth.
Wyoming Valley West defeated West Scranton, 50-6, to replace Dallas in the sixth spot.
The top five Small Schools all won to hold their spots.
Lackawanna Trail took sixth after shutting out Carbondale, 28-0. The Lions host fifth-ranked Lakeland Friday.
Wyoming Area, Western Wayne, Old Forge and Lakeland hold the second through fifth spots for Small Schools.
Dunmore lost to Western Wayne, 20-0, and dropped out of the rankings.